12 E. 22nd St.
Lanett, AL 36863
Phone: (334) 768-3500
Fax: (334) 768-3500
This stately Greek Revival mansion was built for Benjamin Harvey Hill, a U.S. Senator and acclaimed orator. The Antebellum home is filled with antiques of the period and features elaborate woodwork around the doorways and large windows which were hand carved by slaves. The home is open Tuesday through Saturday for tours.
This grand structure was once the historic home of Senator Benjamin Harvey Hill. Built in the Greek Revival architecture style, this fine home features an exterior of ionic columns across wide porticos. Enter the mansion and you will be mesmerized by the humongous carved wood cornices that grace the doors and windows, the black Italian marble mantels and plaster ceiling medallions. The house is furnished in late 18th-century style and several period furniture, family mementos and portraits adorn the house. A National Historic Landmark, the house is included every year in the Tour of Homes during the LaGrange Hydrangea Festival. The Bellevue is also available for rent for weddings, receptions and other events.
This 26,000 acre inland sea offers plenty of opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming, waterskiing, hunting, and camping.
Home to an array of specialty shops, restaurants, and night spots.
Home of over 500 different tree species native to Alabama and adjacent states.
Double Churches Park is a multipurpose recreational facility in Columbus. The park has a wide range of facilities including playground, pool, basketball and tennis courts, and walking trail.
Founded in 1856, today Auburn University has a student enrollment of about 22,500. Samford Hall, Langdon Hall, and University Chapel are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other points of interest include the Donald E. Davis Arboretum, Lovelace Sports Museum, and sporting events of 20 NCAA Division IA teams.
Opened in 1969, the Coliseum is home to The Auburn University Tigers. Seating up to 10,500 visitors, it is a multi-purpose arena, seeing a mix of basketball and volleyball games and gymnastics. The ground, which was named after basketball coach, Joel H. Eaves and Jeff Beard (athletic director) is one of the three facilities of the Auburn University.